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I'm seeing this on some pages, using Edge.
I saw it on this page as well as in the TV forum (so far).
My wife and I watched the first season and maybe the first and second episode of the second season before pulling the plug. The novelty wore off...
In a way, this ending reminds me of “The Shield” finale.
Lots of wreckage surrounding the main characters but Philip and Elizabeth, like Vic...
Saw it today on the subway, thought it looked an awful lot like Henry Winkler, so I checked the URL.
The ad definitely got my attention.
I thought the actor, Patrick Fabian, did a fine job in portraying his character and the relationship with Chuck. I also liked Fabian in Veronica...
I liked the original, especially in the early seasons, but this is just an answer to a question no one has asked.
I don't, but I am somewhat neurotic!
We did, however, both marry Asian women. I chose to keep it out of the family, though.
I'm white, Jewish, middle class, left handed, and conservative.
If I'm not a minority, who is?
He had a talk radio show a number of years ago and it wasn't successful.
Or Shane Vendrell from "The Shield".
I've recorded the show but haven't watched it yet.
Ted Danson was excellent as a bad person in "Damages".
My wife and I finally gave up part way through the third episode. Onepass deleted.
Good, I'm not alone here.
I watched most of the first episode, deleted it, the second episode, and the season pass.
Life's too short for...
Bought both seasons on DVD years ago...funny stuff!
I suspect I'll be pulling the plug after the next episode for the same reason I couldn't get through more than one episode of "Eastbound and...
I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed that!
She was the shop teacher.
Didi Cohn, Frenchy from the movie, was the waitress.
My wife and I feel the same way.
There's no mistaking 'Grandfathered' for high quality programming, but it is fun!
Big fan of The Shield and SOA too, and I didn't bother trying the new show since I don't tend to enjoy this kind of stuff, meaning period pieces...